Iris Bahr is an American actress, comedian, director, writer and producer. She has appeared on Friends (as Glenda in "The One with Ross' Tan"), Curb Your Enthusiasm as Rachel Heinemann (Season 5 episodes "The Ski Lift" and "The Korean Bookie"), and The King of Queens. Bahr also played a lead role in the 2006 film Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector, and played the director of a documentary in the 2010 horror film The Last Exorcism. Her TV series Svetlana which she wrote, directed, starred and executive produced, ran on Mark Cuban's cable network HDnet for two seasons. She completed filming the Sony pilot Irreversible opposite David Schwimmer in April 2014. She is a recurring character on the new HBO series The Brink (2015) and recently completed a guest stint on Jonathan Ames's new series Blunt Talk starring Patrick Stewart. Bahr is an accomplished Solo Performer. Her first solo show Planet America, about the immigrant experience, was nominated for the LA Weekly Award. Her second solo show DAI (enough) had a successful run Off-Broadway, a world tour and a command performance at the United Nations. Bahr won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Performance as well as two Drama Desk Nominations for DAI. She is currently developing her third solo show, Death 2.0 which was just presented in NYC.